The Blizzard Peewees placed second during a home tournament the weekend of the 18th. They played teams from Mounds View, Centennial, Viroqua and Spooner. Highlights of the tournament included hat tricks (three goals in one game) from Clayton Shutt, Bradon Nutter, Landyn Randt, and Levi Ander…

SIREN – The next chance for a win at home is Thursday for the WSFLG boys co-op hockey team.

Grantsburg Pirate, Olivia Ohnstad was awarded on January 14 after their game against Frederic for achieving over 500 career rebounds. She received a basketball that was customized with her name and the number 500 for reaching the 500 rebounds milestone. Only a select few students from Grants…

SUPERIOR – In her third year, Jenna Curtis believes she is on the best University of Wisconsin-Superior women’s hockey team since she arrived.

The Blizzard Squirts competed in the Battle in the Northwoods Tournament and took first place. This was the first home youth tournament that the Blizzard Squirts had won in the last five years.

GRANTSBURG – An opportunity to climb the Lakeland West standings awaits the Grantsburg boys basketball team this Friday.

HAYWARD – Emma Quimby seeks a fifth consecutive game with at least 20 saves for the Hayward co-op girls hockey team on Thursday.

GRANTSBURG – The Grantsburg boys basketball team remains a game behind Luck for the lead in the Lakeland West standings as January approaches.

SIREN – Not only was a win streak started, but a lengthy skid was stopped.

The Blizzard Peewee team won the consolation champs in the Northern Shootout tournament that took place Dec. 13-15th in Spooner Wisconsin. Teams from as near as Amery and far as Eagle River came to compete. The first game was against Amery where the Blizzard scored in the last 17 seconds of …

GRANTSBURG – To draw a parallel to football, the Grantsburg boys basketball team would have depth in the backfield but would be thin on the line.

SHELL LAKE – Schedules of non-sport events likely will be more closely examined by Siren’s athletic department in the future.

GRANTSBURG – Postseason appearances for both the Grantsburg and Webster football teams were accompanied by all-conference designation for players on each team.

GRANTSBURG – Area volleyball teams posted a double-digit total of players recognized in all-conference selections in the Lakeland West for 2019.

GRANTSBURG – Two Grantsburg volleyball players added statewide recognition to their conference awards.

MADISON – Five football players from the coverage area were included in the recently-released Academic All-State Team from the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association.

LA CROSSE – The Grantsburg volleyball team had good reason to feel good about its match on Saturday.

WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Will Gerber concluded his sophomore season for the Grantsburg boys cross country team with a top-50 finish in the WIAA Division 3 state final on Saturday. While Ayla Meyer was one of several freshmen making their first appearance in the WIAA Division 3 girls state final on…

BANGOR – The Webster football team desperately wanted to play the spoiler role.

GRANTSBURG – In a matter of nine sets, the Grantsburg volleyball team earned another regional title and another shot at St. Croix Falls.

WEBSTER – A chance for success over a team with plenty of its own in recent years, awaits the Webster football team on Friday.

SIREN – Ryan Karsten is hoping the home advantage is worth at least a few points.

WEBSTER – Ayla Meyer and the Grantsburg girls cross country team will follow their quality finishes in last Thursday’s Lakeland Conference Meet into this Saturday’s WIAA sectional at Northland Pines Golf Course.